Sense of direction: General factor saturation and associations with the Big-Five traits

@article{Condon2015SenseOD,
  title={Sense of direction: General factor saturation and associations with the Big-Five traits},
  author={D. Condon and Joshua A. Wilt and C. Cohen and W. Revelle and M. Hegarty and D. Uttal},
  journal={Personality and Individual Differences},
  year={2015},
  volume={86},
  pages={38-43}
}
article i nfo The ability to locate and orient ourselves with respect to environmental space is known as sense of direction ("SOD"). While there is considerable evidence for the predictive utility of self-report measures of this psycholog- ical construct, relatively little research has investigated the psychometric properties of the self-report scale by which it is most commonly measured - the Santa Barbara Sense of Direction scale (SBSOD, Hegarty et al., 2002) - or the broader personality… Expand

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